The Top 5 Celebrity Skin Care Tips

Here at Heyyo, we receive a smorgasbord of clever celebrity skincare advice, and though we’re wide open to learning tips, rituals, and product recommendations from just about any skincare guru with a beautiful complexion,  we’re especially inclined to listen.

First of all, celebrities have been exposed for longer to the best skin health experts and products the industry has to offer; but more importantly, because they can’t rely on sheer youth anymore for their beautiful skin, their wisdom frankly means a little bit more.

We took a little stroll down memory lane through our favorite interviews with celebrities to gather their best skincare advice all in one place. Keep scrolling for 10 youth-inducing skincare tips we learned from Nicole Kidman, Tracee Ellis Ross, Cindy Crawford, and more.

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1. This Mexican plant is like all-natural Botox

“I use an ingredient called Tepezcohuite that’s used in Mexico for burn victims because it completely regenerates the skin … This is why I have no Botox, no peels, no fillings. I’m 48. I will be 49 this year and I only use my creams.” Salma Hayek

2. The older you get, the more you should exfoliate

“I start every day by exfoliating my face. That’s something I’ve done for the past 40 years. I feel like it’s really contributed to my skin feeling fresh and smooth. Forty years ago, I read an article that said men always look five years younger than women who are their same age. They contributed that to them shaving every day, and the daily exfoliating with shaving making their skin look younger. I was like, I’m not going to let them get away with that!” Christie Brinkley

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3. Hyaluronic acid is “God’s gift to women.”

“I love moisturizers that do double duty. [Neutrogena’s Hydro Boost water gel] contains hyaluronic acid. I haven’t put any [fillers] on the inside yet, but I’m digging hyaluronic acid on the outside. I think it’s God’s gift to women.” Kerry Washington

4. Make facial massage a part of your everyday routine

“Mary [Greenwell] is a great makeup artist, and before she does anything, she will massage your face to wake your muscles up. So before the makeup goes on—we started at 6 a.m. this morning, after having slept for only three hours—you feel like a shriveled-up old lady, and it really does just waken the muscles up.” Cate Blanchette

5. The two most important ingredients are antioxidants and SPF

“The really big thing for me is sun protection. Because I’m so outdoorsy—I love playing tennis, and I love working out outdoors. I love going for a run and swimming, and I just want to be able to do all of that and protect my skin because I get burnt. … I use vitamin C too because that does give you … protection long-term.” — Nicole Kidman

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